Technical Attributes Of East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (Tanzania Segment)

Tanzania Pipeline Segment – Uganda Border to Chongoleani peninsula in Tanzania Marine Storage Terminal

– 1155 KM of 24” pipe = 96,250 joints : 177,627 Tons

– Divided into two Lots: Lot 2 = 614 km Lot 3 = 533 km

– 60 main line block valves for sectional isolation

– 62.8 KM of Temporary Access Roads

– 33.7 KM of Permanent Access Roads w/existing roads upgrades

– Ten (10) Temporary Pipeline Construction Camps

– 939 KM of 33 kV Power Cabling for Heat Trace power input- 1155 km of fiber optic cabling

– 3465 KM of 6.6 kV single phase EHT Cabling

Tanzania Pipeline Facilities

– 4 Crude Oil Pump Stations with capability of 216 kbopd

– 2 Pressure Reduction Stations

– Four (4) Temporary Construction Camps at Pump Stations

– One Temporary Construction Camp at the Marine Terminal One Temporary Construction Camp at the Marine Terminal

– Fifteen (15) Pre-Fabricated Engineered Electrical Heat Trace Substations

– Integrated SCADA/ICS system with redundant control functions at Tilenga and MST via fiber optic cabling & telecommunications

– 5 x 500k barrel crude oil storage tanks

– Marine Terminal with capability of exporting 1,000,000 barrel in 24 hours export to SUEZMAX class tanker 2 KM Offshore Jetty & Crude Oil Load Out Platform 28

– 2 KM Offshore Jetty & Crude Oil Load-Out Platform